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Another Score Watch question...

So, my EQ jumped 32 points to a 677  about 2 wks ago.

When I login to myfico.com, It shows my TU 662 score (which hasn't gone up) and my old EQ 645 score on the main page.

 

When I go to my SW page, it shows my new EQ 677 score.  I have (1) Score Power Update ( or whatever it's called).  Should I use it in order to get my EQ 677 updated report?  Or should I just ignore the 645 EQ that I see on the myfico.com homepage, knowing that my EQ is actually 677?

 

What's the significance/advantage(s)  in using my last Power Score Watch update thingy?

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Re: Another Score Watch question...

I wouldnt use it. I did when my score went up and am mad I did now! Your score is 677! They just show your score on your last report when you first login. The free score power thing will just give you an updated CR

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Re: Another Score Watch question...

Thanks Target1212.  That's what I was thinking. 

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Re: Another Score Watch question...


Target1212 wrote:

I wouldnt use it. I did when my score went up and am mad I did now! Your score is 677! They just show your score on your last report when you first login. The free score power thing will just give you an updated CR


+1, good advice!



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